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Are these raw events? #210677 23/03/09 01:44 AM
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I wanted to modify my whois, and I've figured out how to get all the data except for 2 lines. I looked at the raw events file but I don't see these there. Are these raw events or is there some other identifier/way to get these lines?

tv3636 is logged in as tv3636
tv3636 is actually blahblahblah

Anyone know how to access that info?

Re: Are these raw events? [Re: tv3636] #210678 23/03/09 01:47 AM
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Some networks use special raws for special items.

If you type /debug @debug
before using the /whois
you'll see the raw information for all of the /whois in the debug window

Re: Are these raw events? [Re: RusselB] #210679 23/03/09 01:53 AM
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Oh ok I wasn't aware different networks had specific raws, thanks for the tip.

I actually just realized I could do raw *:*:{ echo $numeric $1- } too, but debug does essentially the same thing I see.

Thanks!

Re: Are these raw events? [Re: tv3636] #210682 23/03/09 02:50 AM
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There are some general raws that are used by all networks.
You can see them at http://www.mirc.net/raws but some networks have extra items that are returned, and, therefore, have specific raws for those items.

Re: Are these raw events? [Re: tv3636] #210719 23/03/09 10:54 PM
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For complete interest sake, you can see all the Raw numerics used by several IRCd's here: http://www.alien.net.au/irc/irc2numerics.html

It also shows where they conflict with each other, which probably makes it good creating cross-IRCd scripts.


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